One Month,~3500 Miles…
I have just returned from a one month bicycle ride across the US. It was a father-and-son trip, and we took the northern tier (started on the coast of Washington State and ended on the coast of Maine). During the trip I did not post, and I hardly posted for the six weeks leading up to the trip. However, even though I have been silent, much has been happening and I will get back to posting this next week.
Thank you Cherie! We did the whole ride without one spill or incident. We didn’t even use one of the band-aids we had along. The care of the Lord was very much in evidence!
Happy to have you back!
I just read Scribbler’s piece today on CO2-sobering, to say the least, in light of all else happening. Happy to hear the bike tour went well-looking forward to your upcoming posts, and projects(also enjoyed your piece in the AR a while back)
Congratulations on your father/son journey. What a beautiful thing to do and probably a life altering event also.
Often I check for a new post but haven’t seen any since you returned. I have read many of your articles though I am sorry I don’t leave comments. I do need to post comments as a confirmation of what you do. Since reading your book, I have viewed scientific articles in a whole different light. Thank you for your ministry and for your message as wake up call to mankind, especially Christians. Hope all is well. May God bless you.
How kind of you to write! Two things have kept me from posting: First, shortly after the ride was over (and the same day I posted the announcement you responded to), I became quite ill and was eventually hospitalized. Turns out a tick bite, probably around about Ohio, gave me a dreadful disease called anaplasmosis. It was the most serious illness of my life. Once diagnosed and treated, I was on the road to recovery, but between the bike ride and sickness, I had fallen far behind in many critical work tasks. I spent the latter half of June and all of July so far catching up. The other thing that keeps me from posting as frequently in the past is that I feel like I am only repeating myself in many cases. I do have a burden to write about the huge changes we see in our atmospheric system, and I will do so as soon as our camp meeting here in NNEC is over (camp meeting is a consuming task for our little conference). I pray that you are well and I appreciate very much your note!